USA Film Club
Tuesday, April 19, 2005
The USA Film Club will have its 6th annual student film festival next Friday night. If anyone has a film, short film, skit, etc they want to show off please contact Justin Blankenship at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, November 19, 2004
12:31AM - ACTORS NEEDED!
The University of South Alabama's TV station is beginning work on an anthology series in the vein of The Twilight Zone and we need actors. Seeking men and women in their 20s or early 30s, all shapes, sizes, races, etc. We need quite a few actors and even though we can't pay, if you're in the acting field it's more experience and possibly something you can put on a resume. Plus it's really fun.
All interested parties should either call and leave a message at the Jag TV office for Thomas Smith (phone# 461-1515), or you can email Jag TV at email@example.com and you can also visit the Jag TV website: www.southalabama.edu/jagtv, click over to the message board and post there for more information.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Thursday, September 23, 2004
After surviving the ravages of Hurricane Ivan, the USA Film CLub is back, baby!
This week it's another double feature. First we'll be screening Danny Boyle's heroin saga Trainspotting. Immediatly following that will be Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Terry Gilliam's adaptation of the Hunter S. Thompson gonzo tale of two guys in Vegas with a trunk full of drugs*.
The screening will begin at the usual time (7:00 pm this friday) and at the usual place (the Humanities Building Auditorium, room 170.) So skip whatever you usual do on a Friday night...
and come on down to the Film Club.
*The USA Film Club, it's members and sponsor, do not in any way encourage the use of illegal drugs in any way shape or form...Just Say No, Kids!
P.S. - We unfortunately had to cancel last weeks Roger and Me screening. We have not decided whether to work it into this semesters schedule or wait until the spring. We'll let you know when we decide, if you happen to have an opinion on the matter, feel free to comment.
Friday, September 3, 2004
This friday, September 3rd, we at the USA Film Club will screen our second movie of the semester, Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange (not A Clockwise Orange)
It's at 7:00 on the University of South Alabama Campus, Humanities Building, Room 170.
Last weeks screening went swimmingly, thanks to all those who came. Hope to see you there next week.
As always, any questions or comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can visit our website at http://www.usafilmclub.tk
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
That's right. It's time for another fun-filled semester of screenings from the USA Film Club.
First up we have The Royal Tenenbaums. It's this Friday, August 27th at 7:oo pm in the Humanities Build. Room 170. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email us at email@example.com or visit or website at www.usafilmclub.tk
In addition to the movie. We'll be having a discussion afterwards. And also, we'll be holding our begining of the semester raffle. A free copy of the Pulp Fiction: Collectors Edition DVD will be given away to one lucky winner.
So come on out. It's free and you'll be having as good a time as ol' Gene here.
See ya there.
Saturday, July 24, 2004
Star Wars, Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
But for the most part, who really cares anymore? I'll just paste in this article from chud.com about th whole thing:
"After much speculation, after much argument, after many people giving up and ceasing to care, the title for the final Star Wars prequel to punish fans for daring to love the work of George Lucas has been announced.
Revenge of the Sith.
It echoes Return of the Jedi, along with a nod to that film’s original title, Revenge of the Jedi. It sounds dark and menacing. It certainly is better than the last two film titles. And it’s already available on t-shirts, as these prequels are about telling a story and not marketing.
While I have been massively disappointed in the Star Wars prequels thus far, let's hope that maybe it took two warm-up swings for Lucas to figure out how to make this thing work."
You can visit www.starwars.com for all the details from Lucas...in this case "details" meaning 'you can now buy our shirt!'.
Friday, July 23, 2004
11:40AM - Rave, whodda thunk?
Looking for an alternative to seeing Catowoman this weekend, well the folks at Rave theater in Daphne might have you saving grace.
They've got Napolean Dynamite and if you don't know what I'm talking about, check this out.
Have a good weekend everybody.
Thursday, July 22, 2004
Well, the Superman movie has seen more directors than any movie I can remember. The latest one to sign on is X-men director Bryan Singer. So, whadaya think?
Personally, I was sad to hear that Micheal Bay wasn't attached anymore. This would have been the perfect franchise for him. Big. Jingositic. Everything that Bay stands for.
11:56AM - Review: Spiderman 2
Sunday, July 18, 2004
2:33AM - And so it begins
Welcome one and all. This is a community devoted entirely to the USA Film Club, the hippest film club on the block.
First order of business, we've just set a schedule for the Fall semester. The time has changed from 7:30 to 7:00. So, without further-ado...
Aug 27- the Royal Tennenbaums
Sept 3- A Clockwork Orange
Sept 10- 12 Monkeys/ Planet of the Apes (Double Feature)
Sept 17- Roger and Me
Sept 24- Trainspotting/ Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Double Feature)
Oct 1- Taxi Driver
Oct 8- Seven Samuai
Oct 15- Rocky Horror Picture Show/ Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Double Feature)
Oct 22- Bubba Ho-tep/ Army of Darkness (Double Feature)
Oct 29- From Dusk till Dawn
Nov 5- the Manchurian Candidate
Nov 12- Mystery Science Theater 3000
Nov 19- Fargo
Dec 3- Student Film Festival
We haven't decided what MST3Ks to show yet but we'll post whenever we do. Comments and questions are welcome.